DNA in the Bible

The facts below have been acquired from the King James Version completed in 1611 when nothing was known about DNA, the ‘book of life’. I am using this version because it predates the discovery of DNA by a few centuries. Most of the information below is compiled research, but some of it is connected so I will do my best to connect pieces that should go together.


The Bible in its original form is made up from two languages, HEBREW and GREEK.
Here are the number of letters in each Alphabet:
HEBREW = 22 (Old Testament)
GREEK = 24 (New Testament)

22 + 24 = 46

Not only do the letters in the two alphabets make a total of 46 (again the total number of chromosomes we have in every DNA cell in our body), but EACH of these numbers are significant to the puzzle as well!

We will start with 22:
The WORD of God is made up of letters, so the most fundamental part of a word are the letters that make up that word in the respective alphabet. Well, God tells us just that in John 1:1
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

One amazing thing about the word WORD, is that it shows up 1180 times in the Bible. If you look up the 1180 in Strongs Hebrew (b/c we are relating this to the Old Testament) Concordance. The definition of H1180 is “my master, or Jehovah”!! This is confirmation of the scripture above in John 1:1; “the Word was God.”

The interesting thing about DNA is that in order to make a full set of chromosomes by each parent you must have 23 chromosomes. There is only 1 sex chromosome by each parent given to each set of 22 chromosomes to make up our 46 chromosome DNA. What this means is that the number 22 in terms of DNA can be characterized not by reproductive flesh but only as an IDEA or WORDS or SUBSTANCE before it is given the final sex chromosome to make it capable of designing/reproducing a human form!

Now, the real shocker, number 24:
The Ark of the Covenant was discovered by a man named Ron Wyatt in 1978. He found the Ark hiding in a grotto or cave underneath the crucifixion place of Jesus. Above the Ark on the cave ceiling was a blood stained portion of rock. Wyatt discovered that this blood had flowed all the way down into the grotto from a crack in the ceiling reaching all the way from the Cross staked in the ground and onto the Ark when Jesus was crucified. This blood was tested in a laboratory and it was discovered that the blood only had 24 Chromosomes!! This means that Jesus’ blood had 23 chromosomes from his mother Mary (the seed of the woman) and ONLY 1 chromosome from His Father (God)!! 23+1=24. No other human in the history of mankind has had a blood profile like this! That’s how we know that what Ron Wyatt discovered that day, was indeed the blood of our Lord Jesus.

In the scripture below we have a very interesting coincidence. Many scholars have found that often times when the Bible uses the word ‘book’ in the Bible, it is symbolically representing DNA. If you think of who Jesus was, then you understand that he was the embodiment of the Bible, or God’s Word made flesh. Now, let’s look at the verse below:

Isaiah 34:16
Seek ye out of the book (DNA) of the Lord, and read:
no one of these shall fail, none shall want her mate:
for my mouth it hath commanded,
and his spirit it hath gathered them.

Here, after the verse says, “Seek ye out of the book of the Lord, and read:”; we see something that is very profound. If you count the words in bold blue there are exactly 24 words! This is the same number of chromosomes that were discovered in the DNA of Jesus! If you’re wondering how the verse above is describing DNA then continue reading the next verse in Isaiah 34:17 on how these verses perfectly describe our inner substance.

Hold tight, the final piece to the puzzle is John 1:14
“And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.”